‘Left hooks from HELL’: Anthony Joshua impresses fans as he shows off his incredible punch while sitting down at the gym
- Anthony Joshua kept himself in incredible shape during the lockdown
- The British heavyweight impressed its fans this weekend with incredible video
- Clip shows him sitting while throwing powerful left hooks at a punching bag
- A fan called them ‘left hooks from hell’ as AJ gears up for Tyson Fury fight
Anthony Joshua has shown his explosive brute force in an incredible Instagram video in which he throws left hooks – while seated.
The British heavyweight has kept himself in incredible shape during the lockdown, and a recent video posted to his 11.3 million Instagram followers has proven that he doesn’t seem to have lost his punch either.
In the clip, Joshua is in the gym throwing powerful left hooks at a punching bag without the benefit of the rest of his exercise.
Anthony Joshua has shown his incredible punch while SITTING in the gym
AJ has kept himself in incredible shape as he makes a fighting deal with Tyson Fury
He only generates strength by turning his body and striking the punching bag repeatedly with his left glove.
The clip, now viewed nearly 2 million times, surprised AJ’s loyal fan base, with one comment: ‘Left hooks from HELL’.
Another called the London-born boxer the ‘hardest hitter on the planet’ as fans prepare to – hopefully – see him back in action later this year.
He is expected to defeat Tyson Fury in a massive two-battle Battle of Britain deal, with Eddie Hearn recently confirming ‘they are going to put the i’s on and cross the points’.
Joshua was spotted vacationing in Marbella this week as he playfully responded with a middle finger singing a fan ‘there’s only one Tyson Fury’ with him.
The 30-year-old walked with his entourage when the fan filmed himself singing the song at AJ, only to get a quick punch from the heavyweight.
Joshua responded to some Fury chants with a cheeky middle finger to the fans in Marbella
Fury (photo) and Joshua are getting closer to reaching a two-fight deal